A collection of several pieces of Mr. John Locke, : never before printed, or not extant in his works.
The following variants are known: title vignette with three figures or with an angel blowing a trumpet; leaves E2 and E7 cancelled or intact; and dedication signed P. Des Maizeaux or unsigned
This copy has the three figures vignette; leaves E2 and E7 intact; a signed dedication. Appended are  p. of advertisements for William Taylor
Advertisements:  p. at end
"Errata.": p.  at end
Page  at front blank
Head- and tail-pieces; initials
Dedication "to Hugh Wrottesley Esquire".--The character of Mr. Locke by Mr. Peter Coste.--The fundamental constitutions of Carolina.--A letter from a person of quality to his friend in the country [on the Test Act, by Shaftesbury].--Remarks upon some of Mr. Norris's books.--Elements of natural philosophy.--Some thoughts concerning reading and study for a gentleman.--Several letters to Anth. Collins Esq; and other persons [i.e. Mr. Oldenburg; the Lady Calverley in Yorkshire; the Reverend Mr. Richard King; **** [i.e. Leonard Twells]].--Rules of a society [of "pacific Christians"] , which met once a week, for their improvement in useful knowledge [founded by Locke in London ca.1688].--Index.--Errata.--Books printed for, and sold by Rich. Francklin
The following variants are known: title vignette with three figures or with an angel blowing a trumpet; leaves E2 and E7 cancelled or intact; and dedication signed P. Des Maizeaux or unsigned.